PUD

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PUD

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Although, incidence of surgery for peptic ulcer diseases has reduced drastically with advent of [H.
pylori by Australian researchers Barry Marshall and Robin Warren, many have believed that the spiral organism plays a significant causal role in peptic ulcer disease, and there has been growing interest in using antibiotics to treat ulcers.
If your dyspepsia is associated with gastritis, peptic ulcer disease, gallbladder disease, or some other organic disorder, your doctor will begin by treating the specific disorder.
Being a life threatening complication of peptic ulcer disease, it needs special attention with prompt resuscitation and appropriate surgical management if morbidity and mortality are to be avoided.
The patients presented with dyspeptic symptoms and had no history of peptic ulcer disease or treatment for H pylori.
18 In a study conducted in Malaysia Lakhwani MN et al showed that peptic ulcer disease was the most common cause of upper GI bleeding accounting for 83.
3 billion, of which more than half was associated with drugs prescribed for GERD and peptic ulcer disease.
Describe the proposed etiologies for the common lesions which comprise the condition known as peptic ulcer disease (PUD).
2]-receptor antagonists is of considerable importance in the management of peptic ulcer disease in elderly people.
Plenty of other studies also showed O positive individuals more prone for Peptic ulcer disease (25,26); 73% of patients had previous history of peptic ulcer (59/81); 27% of patients do not have history of peptic ulcer (22/81); Erza Steiger et al (24) 30-50% cases does not have past history; 65.
To the Editor: Helicobacterpylori infection is a principal cause of chronic active gastritis and peptic ulcer disease as well as gastric adenocarcinoma and mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue lymphoma (1).